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In a brief chapter dealing with `` Various Other Diagnoses '', he quotes isolated passages from some writers whose views seem to corroborate his own, and finds it `` most remarkable that a critical view of twentieth-century society was already held by a number of thinkers living in the nineteenth.
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With the exception of a brief hint in the final chapter, Darwin had avoided the subject of human evolution.
* A chapter of Simon Winchester's book Outposts: Journeys to the Surviving Relics of the British Empire ( 1985 ) describes his brief visit to the island.
In this chapter, the March Hare and Hatter of the first book make a brief re-appearance in the guise of " Anglo-Saxon messengers " called " Haigha " and " Hatta " ( i. e. " Hare " and " Hatter "— these names are the only hint given as to their identities other than John Tenniel's illustrations ).
He has an IQ of 197 — 199 before he sustained a concussion during the collapse of Springfield's brief intellectual junta — and is a member of the Springfield chapter of Mensa.
This portion of the text of Sirach is a list and brief description of the famous rulers, prophets, and ancestors of the kingdom of Judah ( beginning in chapter 44 ).
In chapter 35 of the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning, the enthroned figure of High provides brief descriptions of 16 ásynjur.
In 1975 he published his spiritual autobiography The Door Wherein I Went, which included a brief chapter of Christian apologetics, using legal arguments concerning the evidence for the life of Christ.
He quotes the official history of the U. S. Army Air Forces ' brief reference to the Eighth Air Force attack on Royan and also, in the same chapter, to the bombing of Pilsen in what was then Czechoslovakia.
In The Seven Storey Mountain, the brief chapter on Cambridge paints a fairly dark, negative picture of his life there but is short on detail.
Gennadius burnt it in 1460, however in a letter to the Exarch Joseph ( which still survives ) he details the book, providing chapter headings and brief summaries of the contents.
The only account of the life of Zhuangzi is a brief sketch in chapter 63 of Sima Qian's Records of the Grand Historian, where he is described as a minor official from the town of Meng ( in modern Anhui ) in the state of Song, living in the time of King Hui of Liang and King Xuan of Qi ( late 4th century BCE ).
For example, he mentioned in the preface to chapter 15 that the chronicle records of the feudal states kept in the Zhou's archive were burnt by Qin Shihuang because they contained criticisms and ridicule of the Qin, and that the Qin annals were brief and incomplete.
Blackstone also adds a brief chapter on equity, the parallel legal system that existed in English law at the time, seeking to address wrongs that the common law did not handle ; the chapter on equity seems almost an afterthought.
The 1997 Doctor Who novel The Dying Days, set in its year of release, features in one chapter an elderly character introduced halfway through a sentence as "- ermass ", and subsequently referred to as " Professor " and " Bernard " during his brief appearance.
* In chapter six of the novel Master and Commander by Patrick O ' Brian a volunteer seaman who reveals his past as a sin eater is ostracized by the crew, prompting a brief discussion between the characters Dr. Maturin and Lieutenant Dillon of traditions of sin eating in England and Ireland.
The contents may be divided into four parts, which most scholars agree were combined from separate sources by a later redactor: the first is the Two Ways, the Way of Life and the Way of Death ( chapters 1-6 ); the second part is a ritual dealing with baptism, fasting, and Communion ( chapters 7-10 ); the third speaks of the ministry and how to deal with traveling prophets ( chapters 11-15 ); and the final section ( chapter 16 ) is a brief apocalypse.
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His best efforts in this line include The Gentleman in the Parlour, dealing with a journey through Burma, Siam, Cambodia and Vietnam, and On a Chinese Screen, a series of very brief vignettes which might almost be notes for short stories that were never written.
Ultimately, after a brief period of inactivity and a bout with fibromyalgia, her retirement proved to be short-lived-O ' Connor stated in an interview with Harp that she only intended to retire from making mainstream pop / rock music, and after dealing with her fibromyalgia, chose to move into other musical styles.
After a brief conflict, Zatanna and the others are informed by teenaged superheroine Rocket that Kimiyo's perceived abduction was actually a misunderstanding caused by the Shadow Cabinet's mission to seek out her help in dealing with the cosmic vampire known as Starbreaker.
He is very detailed and explicit where the subject is important from a practical point of view, but extremely brief when dealing with theory.
The Legenda Sancti Goeznovii, a hagiography of the Breton saint Goeznovius that claims to date from 1019, includes a brief segment dealing with Arthur and Vortigern: this early vita is one of only five insular saints ' lives and two Breton ones that include a mention of Arthur that seems to be independent of Geoffrey of Monmouth's myth-making in Historia Regum Britanniae.
Technocracy was highly popular in the USA for a brief period in the early 1930s, when it overshadowed many other proposals for dealing with the crisis of the Great Depression.
While dealing with this, she juggles the unwanted advances of a lesbian co-worker, has a brief affair with an eccentric millionaire obsessed with eternal life, and contemplates the mysterious deliveries of beets to her apartment.
Although Camp wrote only a few brief papers and speeches, his interview notes are important source material, particularly for researchers dealing with the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
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For a brief period each year, the rays of the sun are warm enough to melt some of the snows piled a mile deep at the base of the headwalls, and then the pinnacles glisten in the daytime at high noon, and billions of gallons of water begin their slow seepage under the glaciers and across the rockstrewn hanging valleys on their long, meandering journey to the sea -- running east past the sky-carving massifs of Gurla Mandhata and Kemchenjunga, then turning south and curling down through the jungles of Assam, past the Khasi Hills, and into Bengal, past Sirinjani and Madaripur, until the hard water of the melting snows mingles with the soft drainage of fields and at length fans out to meld with the teeming salt depths of the Bay of Bengal.
A brief list of the great detective's little idiosyncrasies would provide Dr. Freud with ample food for thought.
In the fairly brief but hectic history of Florida, the developers of waterfront land have too often wound up with both their land and ours.
She concluded by asking for a brief interview -- `` to settle with you where '' -- and she threw in a tribute to his `` gentle manners '' and `` the wild originality of your countenance ''.
This brief resume hardly does the book justice, but I heartily recommend it to all those who are engages with the major problems of our time.
Woodward, for example, has emphasized the `` need for a broad spectrum of services, including very brief services in connection with critical situations ''.
We have a brief glimpse of the Tsar's public personality, the `` official Boris '', but our real focus is on the excitement of the crowd -- a significant contrast with its halfhearted acclamation in the opening scene, its bitter resentment and fury in the final act.
The impact with the utility pole caused a brief power failure in the immediate area of the accident.
There also came a brief contretemps with the sound mixers who made the mistake of being overheard during a quiet moment near the conclusion of `` Do It Again '', and she made the tart observation that `` I never saw so much moving about in an audience ''.
When he was made a vice president only a year after the new sales job, a leading business magazine ran his photograph with a brief biography in a series on national business leaders of the future.
Though her personal contact with Alfred Nobel had been brief, she corresponded with him until his death in 1896, and it is believed that she was a major influence in his decision to include a peace prize among those prizes provided in his will.
Some of these have explored and offered accounts of Christie's disappearance in 1926, including the 1979 film Agatha ( with Vanessa Redgrave, where she sneaks away to plan revenge against her husband ) and the Doctor Who episode " The Unicorn and the Wasp " ( with Fenella Woolgar, her disappearance being the result of her suffering a temporary breakdown due to a brief psychic link being formed between her and an alien ).
Leonard J. Farwell, a fellow boarder at the Kirkwood House, awoke Johnson with news of Lincoln's having been shot at Ford's Theater ; Johnson rushed to the President's deathbed for a brief time, commenting, " They shall suffer for this.
( Hume 1974: 355-356 ) He also argues in brief against the idea that causes are mere occasions of the will of some god ( s ), a view associated with the philosopher Nicolas Malebranche.
The American Psychiatric Association has recommended sustained treatment in conjunction with AA's program, or similar community resources, for chronic alcoholics unresponsive to brief treatment.
Camelot was a hit nonetheless, with a poignant coda ; immediately following the assassination of John F. Kennedy, his widow told Life magazine that JFK's administration reminded her of the " one brief shining moment " of Lerner and Loewe's Camelot.
In addition, in the USA, a major monthly magazine, Computer Shopper, carried a list of BBSes along with a brief abstract of each of their offerings.
A new development section is played before the recapitulation is repeated, and the scherzo concludes with a brief codetta.